British birds in spring woodland in a William Morris stylee. The painting shows a green woodpecker, a wood warbler, a nuthatch, a jay and a thrush – just some of the birds that make the ‘song from the wood’. The title of this painting comes from an album by folk-rock band Jethro Tull.
The original painting – 80cm x 40cm - is now in a private collection in Canada. It is shown here for your viewing pleasure. If you'd like something similar, then please ask me. I love to make paintings of White Horse Hill!
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This painting was a gift to my flame-haired nephew, whose totem animal is a red fox, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure.
Prints of it, in a size and format of your choice are available from here:
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